Aussie hurdler Michelle Jenneke is back with her hot pictures once again steaming up the famous social media site Instagram with her own posts.
It was in 2012 when Ms Jenneke once went viral due to her video of dancing a pre-race sexy routine that spread on YouTube. Now more than ever, the Australian athlete is once again heating up the headlines by posting pictures of her hot bikini bod, according to Hollywood Life.
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The 20-year-old Aussie athlete posted an image of her wearing a skimpy string bikini in teal colour standing right next to a sign that says "Access to Shelly Beach." In fact, her fans can attest that she has posted several pictures of her in a swimsuit for the past months where she looked fabulous in each sexy outfit.
Fox Sports reports that her latest Instagram posts are sure to heat up most wintery Christmases of her fans around the globe. On the other hand, Michelle is currently enjoying the Christmas summer season Down Under.
During the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics, Michelle Jenneke won herself a silver medal for the 100m hurdles category. Her refreshing, cute and sexy warm up routine caught the attention of the entire world during the 2012 World Junior Championships in Athletics held in Barcelona. One of the videos that showed the sexy hurdler even garnered around 19 million views in just a week. And the race ended up with Michelle as the winner.
Since then, she made a mark not just in the sports world but also among famous Men's magazines. AskMen.com even features her in their list of 99 Most Desirable Women in 2013. She was also once featured for the 2013 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
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Michelle Jenneke was born in New South Wales, Australia. She included in her list of hobbies the sports of soccer and handball. She was trained by coach Mick Zisti since the young age of 10 at the Cherrybrook Athletics Club.
Here are several of her career highlights as stated by Wikipedia:
1st place (100m hurdles) - 2010 Australian Junior Championships
1st place (4x100m relay) - 2010 Australian Junior Championships (Australian record)